Customers with City Utilities will be part of renewable energy resources with the addition of 100 Megawatts of wind energy.

CU purchased the energy from Diamond Vista wind farm, owned by Enel Green Power located near Salina, Kansas.

The long-term purchased power agreement combined with existing renewable brings the total amount of City Utilities energy portfolio to over 40 percent.

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Springfield, Missouri—City Utilities has increased it’s renewable energy resources with the addition of 100 Megawatts (MW) of wind energy.

CU is one of four power providers who are purchasing the energy from the Diamond Vista wind farm, owned by Enel Green Power, near Salina, Kansas.

“We’re happy to provide another source of affordable renewable energy to our community.” Said Scott Miller, City Utilities General Manager. “Our mission each day is to provide affordable, reliable, and environmentally responsible energy resources to all of our customers. This renewable energy combined with our existing generation portfolio well positions our community for the foreseeable future.”

The long-term purchased power agreement with Enel, combined with existing renewables, brings the total amount of City Utilities energy portfolio to over 40 percent